|Lane Restrictions on State Route 422 for the Route 422 Bypass Project in Indiana County |
Indiana – PennDOT District 10 is advising motorists that lane reductions and traffic pattern shifts will be in place both eastbound and westbound on SR 422 between SR 286 and SR 4004 (Lions Health Camp Road). The restrictions are part of the State Route (SR) 422 (Indiana Bypass) project in Armstrong, Center and White Townships, Indiana County. This project is financed with federal funds from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA).
Beginning, September 16, 2010, at 7:00 am the lane reductions and traffic pattern shifts will be in place and will remain in place until the end of October.
Work will include slab stabilization, full-depth slab patching, dowel bar retrofits, crack and joint sealing, and other construction activities.
Motorists are advised to anticipate traffic delays and be prepared to stop. Motorists are also asked to slow down and exercise caution when traveling through work zones. As the need applies, flag crews will direct traffic while work is being performed.
PennDOT awarded the $2.94 million project to Gulisek Construction LLC, of New Castle, Lawrence County. This is a 6.13-mile-long project that will provide preventative maintenance to the existing concrete pavement between the intersections of SR 286 and SR 4004 (Lions Health Camp Road).
Overall this year, PennDOT will award 31 ARRA projects totaling $65.3 million in the five-county District 10 area, which includes Armstrong, Butler, Clarion, Indiana and Jefferson Counties.
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